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Ocean Caught Pacific Prawn

(Penaeus Vannamei) / (Penaeus Stylirostris)

(Farfantepenaeus Californiensis) / (Farfantepenaeus Brevirostris)

Season: March ~ August

Origin: Along the coast of the Southern Pacific Ocean

Available in: Head-On, Headless, P&D Tail-On, P&D Tail-Off, PUD, Butterfly

Packaging: 1 KG, 2 KG, 4 LBS, 5 LBS, Customized Weight

Our flagship product, HACCP & FDA Approved!

Ocean Caught Prawn harvested by local Artisan Fisherman using eco-friendly methods along the inshore coast of the Southern Pacific Ocean, collected in selected quantities every time.

Pre-selected at harvest point for quality, they are then immediately transported to a near-by processing center to be frozen, fully preserving the Original Taste and Texture of this All-Natural Delicacy.

Selling Point

These aren’t your average day-to-day farmed-raised shrimp that you see at the grocery store or order at a restaurant, as they are Firmer in texture, more Flavorful in taste, more Nutritious, and significantly Greater in Size.

Wild Caught Prawns are high in several vitamins and minerals, and is a rich source of protein. These are low in calories and do not contain any carbohydrates, as approximately 90% of the calories comes from protein, and the remaining 10% come from fat.

Eating prawns may also promote heart and brain health due to its content of omega-3 fatty acids and the antioxidant astaxanthin.

These are low in calories and do not contain any carbohydrates, as approximately 90% of the calories comes from protein, and the rest come from fat.

Wild Caught Prawns are also one of the best food sources of iodine, an important mineral that many people are deficient in. Iodine is required for proper thyroid function and brain health.

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Patagonian Toothfish

(Dissostichus Eleginoides)

Season: All year

Origin: Chile,Argentina,Uruguay,France,Australia,Spain,Falkland,Korea

Available in: HGT, Filet, Portion, Head, Collar, Cheek, Tail

The Patagonian toothfish (Chilean Sea Bass), is a species of cod ice fish found in cold waters (1–4 °C or 34–39 °F) between depths of 45 m (148 Ft.) and 3,850 m (12,631 Ft.) in the southern Atlantic, Indian and Pacific Oceans and Southern Ocean and around most sub-Antarctic islands.

The name “Sea Bass” points towards the fact that the fish was commercially harvested in the waters of Chilean waters. Sea Bass now are however, also caught off the coasts of Argentina, Australia, France as well as some of the territorial islands international waters in the southern latitudes.

Selling Point

The Patagonian toothfish is an oil-rich fish that doesn’t taste oily. The fish contains long-chain omega 3 fatty acids, Vitamin B3 and Vitamin 12. Sea bass flesh is rich for its large, thick flake and melt-in-your-mouth texture and full of flavor. The fish is available in HGT, fillet cuts, steak cuts and portion cuts in full range of sizes.

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King Crab

(Lithodes Santolla)

Season: May ~ December

Origin: Chile,Argentina,Russia,Alaska

Available in: Whole Cooked, Clusters Cooked

King crabs are found across a broad swath of the North Pacific, from Southeast Alaska to Russia’s Kamchatka Peninsula. The quality of the fish varies, depending upon the time of the year it is caught.

This seafood delicacy is most often enjoyed very simply straight from the shell. King crab is normally sold as frozen cooked legs and claws. It can also be thawed and steamed or thawed and eaten cold. The King Crab offers amazing taste and is usually enjoyed with minimal preparation.

Selling Point

King Crabs have the reputation of being a luxury menu item. Its massive appeal makes way for impressive plate coverage. The King Crab is precooked, so very simple to prepare.

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Caribbean Spiny Lobster

(Panulirus Argus)

Season: March ~ November

Origin: United States,Brazil,Cuba,Venezuela,Honduras,Belize,Jamaica,Mexico

Available in: Whole Raw, Tails Raw

Living among rocks and coral reefs, Spiny Lobsters only occasionally venture out at night to seek snails, clams, crabs, or sea urchins to eat. They are found in almost all warm seas, including the Caribbean and the Mediterranean Sea. They are particularly common in Australasia, where they are commonly referred as crayfish or sea crayfish.

Spiny lobsters are marketed as either warmwater or coldwater lobsters. The coldwater lobsters are premium because of their preferred flavor, texture and have a reputation for superior processing.

Selling Point

The Caribbean Spiny Lobsters have an exotic visual presentation which is good for excellent menu appeal.

Bursting with meat and grilled to perfection, the Caribbean Spiny Lobsters is a combination of a delicious dish with a delightful touch of the exotic.

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Canadian Lobster

(Homarus Americanus)

Season: March ~ May,    July ~ September

Origin: Canada,United States

Available in: Whole Cooked, Halfcut Cooked

The American lobster is a species of lobster found on the Atlantic coast of North America, from Labrador to New Jersey.

These lobsters are distributed along the Atlantic coast of North America, from Labrador in the north to Cape Hatteras, North Carolina in the south. The American lobsters are a popular food which are commonly boiled or steamed.

Selling Point

Frozen whole-cooked lobster offers an affordable alternative to live product. Served as a haute cuisine, you can eat with your hands. Eliminate the costs and problems involved in keeping live product.

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